Articles in Retirement

NerdWallet

How to Pay Yourself in Retirement

After decades of regularly stashing away a good chunk of your income for retirement, it’s only natural that you’d want to use your savings responsibly. While most of us are familiar with healthy... Read >>

Kiplinger

Strategies to Pay for Retiree Health Care Costs

When you draw up a retirement spending budget, you're likely to account for utilities, car insurance and lawn care. But have you given the cost of health care a hard look or are the numbers too... Read >>

Bankrate

Advice For Late-Blooming Parents

By Jennie L. Phipps for Bankrate.com First-time parents who are in their 40s and 50s face some retirement-planning issues that are different from those generally encountered by people who got... Read >>

Jim Cahn

Eight Investing Fears to Avoid When Making Investment Decisions

Fear is one of our most primal feelings. When harnessed correctly, internal fear can be an incredibly powerful motivator. For instance, the fear of failure drives us to do our best every day.... Read >>

Bankrate

Retirement - One Year Later

By Jennie L. Phipps for Bankrate.com My husband went to lunch today with his former boss, a man he worked with for nearly 30 years. It's an anniversary of sorts -- both of them retired a... Read >>

InvestorPlace Media

How to Pick the Best Retirement Funds

By David Fabian, FMD Capital Management What’s the best style for retirement funds? That question is the foundation of a constant, healthy debate behind financial minds. Some think index... Read >>

Bankrate

The Risk Of Leaving Too Much Money In CDs

By Sonya Stinson for Bankrate.com If you're holding a large chunk of your savings in certificates of deposit despite their dismal return rates, you're probably the type of investor who... Read >>

Kiplinger

Living at Home, But Not Home Alone

It's a fate that baby boomers and seniors seek to escape moving into a facility or in with their children. Even if they continue to live at home, they want to avoid the loneliness their parents or... Read >>

ETFguide

Portfolio Report Card: A $171, 000 Retirement Portfolio Weighed Down by Cost

What is the optimal investment portfolio? Is it the one that contains the hottest performing stocks and funds? Actually, it's the portfolio that perfectly represents a person's psychology, life... Read >>

Joe Young

How to Choose a Financial Advisor

An increasing percentage of Americans are becoming aware of the separation between the rich and the poor, and there is even an attempt by many to devise ways to shrink the gulf. One of the best... Read >>

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